PCDC's Impact: Care Coordination

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Care Coordination maximizes care delivery value by sharing a patient’s needs, information, and updates with all providers involved in the patient’s treatment. To be successful it requires full cooperation between patients, providers, and care systems.

PCDC supports care coordination implementation through individualized team trainings, coaching and technical assistance, and curriculum development. Our team of experts works closely with practices to assess their unique needs and enact strategies that will be sustainable and successful.

A Creative Twist in Team-Based Care Training

Categories: Capacity Building
PCDC’s team-based care training can take an unexpected turn, as internal medicine residents recently discovered at BronxCare Health System. To instill principles of team-based care and collaboration, participants were given an assortment of common household items — and instructed to build the tallest tower possible in 10 minutes. Participants completing a team-based care exercise designed by …

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PCDC in Action: Essentials of Care Management

Categories: Capacity Building, Events
Last month, the Primary Care Development Corporation’s (PCDC) Performance Improvement team held its inaugural session of the National Training Institute, which features curricula that PCDC experts have refined and taught to thousands. Register today for upcoming courses in October and November.   What it is: The Essentials of Care Management course is a two-day deep dive into …

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“Who’s Going to Care?” Reveals Significant Challenges to Care Coordination and Care Management Workforce

Categories: Capacity Building, Press Release
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July 22, 2015 (New York, NY) — “Who’s Going to Care? Analysis and Recommendations for Building New York’s Care Coordination and Care Management Workforce,” a new report by 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East (1199SEIU) and the Primary Care Development Corporation (PCDC), finds significant challenges that threaten to undermine the care coordination and care management workforce …

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